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ay, the Nov 22 twenty-second of November, with a small but favoring gale, Leonard Calvert, and about two hundred people, most of them Roman Catholic gentlemen and ny by predicting the fixed hostility of the natives. Leaving Point Comfort, Calvert sailed into the Po- Mar. tomac; Winthrop, i. 134. and with the pinnace asc seem safe for the English to plant the first settlement so high up the river; Calvert descended the stream, examining, in his barge, the creeks and estuaries nearernterior; and many of them had begun to migrate before the English arrived. To Calvert, the spot seemed convenient for a plantation; it was easy by presents of clot village which bore the name of St. Mary's. Three days after the landing of Calvert, the Ark and the Dove anchored in the harbor. Sir John Harvey soon arrived onLord Baltimore afterwards accused them of piracy and murder, and, in 1638, Leonard Calvert, taking forcible possession of Kent Island, executed one or two persons on